promoted by Rosi
Today marks the one year anniversary of my testimony at the Assembly hearing for the Halfway house system in NJ and I’m still awaiting to see how this saga unfolds.
If you recall- my beloved younger sister, Viviana Tulli was strangled by David Goodell , a CEC escapee ,on our mother’s 60th birthday on August 30, 2010.
I have read with interest all published articles seeing what is being done in the name of reform and I still wait for an outcome.
Yes, I do understand this all takes time, but how much longer? Are the powers that be at CEC waiting me out?? Come on guys, you can do better than that. As you can see- I’m not giving up that easily.
I have been blessed with the outpouring of support and guidance by so many, including your very own Rosi and Bill Orr.
I have requested appointment to the Halfway House task force- or whatever it will be called- to ensure reform does happen. Who better to be on that task force than myself?? I have a very personal interest in this and will not give up.
I have made contact with several legislators for help in suggesting my appointment- hoping I can make a difference in some way.
I’m an everyday person TRYING to turn my sister’s horrible murder into a positive triumph for us. Not an easy feat.
I recall my testimony last year- and become emotional- emotional as I was that day. My voice cracking, my attempt to hold back my tears as I spoke- all while heavily pregnant.
This rollercoaster ride that began almost 3 years ago has not been a fun ride. There have been great ups and horrible lows, with some twists and turns for flair.
How can I right such a huge wrong on behalf of so many entities. Yes, I will admit David killed her. David, one month ago in court did ADMIT to faking a seizure and gave graphic detail on “grabbing her by the neck and strangling her.” When asked if his intent was to kill Vivi- he responded “yes.”
So, rehabilitation for a violent offender at a halfway house facility? Please, show me.
Due to my filed lawsuit against CEC, I can’t speak much about it- in case it hurts us. What a crock.